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chrismoon

[Mac] How To: Locate/Delete the TRiBot Folder to Refresh Settings [Pics]

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Having trouble with certain scripts or settings working improperly?
Well, you are able to delete all your TRiBot settings, including ones that may be causing issues.
 
If you've used TRiBot on your mac, your tribot folder will be here:
 
1. Click on Finder

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2. In the menu bar, click "Go," then choose the "Go To Folder..." option

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3. Paste this into the box changing "YOUR MAC USERNAME" to whatever is in your upper right corner. USE LOWERCASE LETTERS.

  • /Users/"YOUR MAC USERNAME"/Library/Application Support/

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4. Delete the tribot folder found here, then delete the TRiBot_Loader.jar file you use to start TRiBot.

5. Restart your mac and redownload the TRiBot_Loader from TRiBot.org.

  • THERE ARE 2 DIFFERENT "APPLICATION SUPPORT" FOLDERS.
  • IF YOU SEE FOLDERS LIKE "ApplePushService," "CrashReporter," "com.apple.TCC," YOU'RE IN THE WRONG APPLICATION SUPPORT FOLDER.
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In part 3 you can just use "~/Library/Application Support/" which is the same as "/Users/"YOUR MAC USERNAME"/Library/Application Support/"

 

Is the .tribot folder visible by default?

Also, why reboot?

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In part 3 you can just use "~/Library/Application Support/" which is the same as "/Users/"YOUR MAC USERNAME"/Library/Application Support/"

Had someone on Skype who wasn't logged in the mac profile used to bot, but one with admin privileges, so using the ~/ would started him at the wrong home directory. They're copying/pasting the path anyways, so this makes sure there's no confusion.

 

Is the .tribot folder visible by default?

No, the correct Application Support folder containing the tribot folder is hidden.

 

Also, why reboot?

To be 110% sure there won't be any path/directory conflicts. Also, why not? Takes me less time to restart my Mac than it does to microwave a Pop-Tart.

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